“Open Call for Transnational Service Provision”.
Under the canSERV Open Call researchers are welcome to apply to a portfolio of services offered by canSERV to address the research needs of the entire oncology developmental pipeline.
Your research project:
• can vary from basic discovery science to translational science and translation intopersonalised oncology.
• is expected to address at least one of the four strategic goals of the Cancer Mission 1 (understanding of cancer; prevention and early detection; diagnosis and treatment;quality of life for patients and their families).
If granted, you will benefit from:
•free of charge access to canSERV service(s) (equipment, expertise, resources)offered by the canSERV consortium.
•transnational services comprising the following fields: disease models, advancedcutting-edge imaging and structural biology technologies, biomarkers research anddevelopment, novel therapeutics developments, complex clinical trial design andsupport, personalised oncology implementation pipelines and recommendations, andregulatory support and tools to analyse the socioeconomic dimension of researchactivities. A detailed service list is available in the canSERV Service Catalogue.
If granted, you should:
•select the service(s) you would like to have access to from the Catalogue;
•choose services that are provided in a different country where you, or most of yourresearch group, are based.
•agree that data generated from the chosen services will comply with FAIR principles(findable, accessible, interoperable, and reusable). This will enable rapid executionof cross-European federated analyses of cancer-related data.
You can learn more about the canSERV call on their website: canserv.eu